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Science Week 2021: 'Creating Our Future'

Science Week 2021: 'Creating Our Future'

Science Week 2021: 'Creating Our Future'

  • Sunday 07 November 2021

Science Week will take place this year from 7 to 14 November. Parents, pupils, teachers and the general public will be encouraged to get involved in a national conversation surrounding this year’s theme ‘Creating Our Future’. During this week-long event, there will be many ways we can all get involved – including festivals, interviews and social media. The purpose of Science Week is to encourage the people of Ireland to have their say about what they think will create a better future for everyone. 

People will be encouraged to discuss ways in which science can improve our future through research and innovation. Given the current circumstances and the success of last year’s digital shows, this year’s Science Week Shows will continue to be delivered virtually, meaning everyone can get involved, regardless of where you are! If you’d like more info about Science Week, check out Science Foundation Ireland. 

We don’t know about you, but we love science! We can’t think of a better way to kick-start Science Week than to provide you with some science activities, can you?  


Our STEM resources provide pupils with project-based learning, integrating science, technology, engineering and mathematics, assisting pupils in learning to propose, analyse and evaluate solutions to scientific issues. We believe that pupils benefit from hands-on, project-based learning and create resources that are flexible to use, with all activities useful for whole-class instruction, small group work, or individual use. 


Our range of STEM boxes and book resources ensure pupils excel in their learning and understanding of science and STEM.  Here’s a STEM Projects freebie on us – it is Science Week after all!  


Download your STEM Projects freebie now! 


Interested in more STEM resources? Check out the full range here.